Edit - AH I didn't spot the hijack of the thread
I think you are getting in a tangle
. This post may be useful to the OP though.
The data extension cable when provided is used to provide the VDSL socket up to 30 metres from the master. In effect, the master is moved. Do you need a phone socket where the master is now? Most engineers are able to provide that as well by back-feeding from the new location, usng spare wires within the data extension.
Or in your case there would be the option to install the data extension cable and use the existing extension wire in the opposite direction. Gets a bit bulky though.
The VDSL socket has a built-in filter. The installation looks like the pic on this page
, with the modem plugged into the top and the phone into the bottom.
I believe the engineers have been told to wall-mount the modem if possible, to optimise its cooling. Will that be an issue?
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Edited by RobertoS (Fri 28-Sep-12 01:57:59)